You focus on your match, we'll track everything else! With Zepp Tennis record scores for every match, create awesome highlight clips from video you captured during your matches, network with other players in the Zepp community, and compete on the leaderboards for free. Share your data with the Health app and your Practices and Matches will help you reach your fitness goals.

Track your strokes for free with an Apple Watch! Your stroke and fitness statistics are just a ‘glance’ away. Lift up your wrist to see your stroke count, play time, calories, and heart rate after every swing. Your session summary includes detailed fitness metrics and a breakdown of forehands, backhands, and serves.

When you’re ready to take your game to the next level, connect the Zepp Tennis 2 sensor to your iPhone or Series 2 or 3 Apple Watch and you’ll see why Zepp is the smartest and fastest way to improve. The sensor instantly measures the most important aspects of your stroke: ball speed, ball spin, and sweet spot consistency. Strokes are automatically classified as forehands, backhands, volleys, smashes, and serves; and further sorted into topspin, drive, and slice. Detailed statistics identify your strongest strokes and the areas where you can generate the greatest improvement.

Use Smart Rally video capture with a Zepp Tennis 2 sensor and your iPhone to automatically record and edit match videos. Each rally is captured individually. Your most intense rallies and best shots are auto-tagged so you can relive and share video of your favorite moments on the court.

Get the free app today and start improving your game with Zepp!

FREE App Features
• Video capture
• Score tracking
• Highlight video creation
• Zepp social community
• Leaderboards

FREE Apple Watch Features
• Stroke tracking and breakdown
• Fitness metrics

Zepp Tennis 2 Sensor Features
• Detailed stroke statistics and classification
• Ball Speed
• Ball Spin
• Sweet Spot percentage
• Smart Rally video capture

Players with the Zepp 1 sensor should use the Zepp Tennis Classic app.

What’s New

Version 1.5.2

- Bug fixes & performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

richbajo ,


I thought I would be able to use this app to practice my strokes against a wall, with a ball machine, or just by rallying with a friend for fun. The app instead forces you to keep score so does not allow you to just track a practice session. Sure you could just enter bogus data, but what’s the point of that? And how does the bogus data skew your stats if you do start playing matches and keeping score?

Also, the app does not allow you to edit the location of a newly added court. This would be fine if the app allowed you to enter a new court’s address directly, but not if you are adding it and are not at its location. The app calculates your address and uses that, so you’d better hope it’s right!

I’ve updated my review: I was able to get the sensor to work and get stroke data. Adding one star because it is still missing some features.

mel Gar ,

Confused App! MUST improve

I really don’t know why i bought this sensor, it’s my second one from zepp (i have the Generation 1 also) and the impression that i have is that they never played tennis... Ok let me explain why!
Most off the people practice more than play ! It’s hard to set the app to practice mode, to bee honest I’m not sure if i got it yet!
Once you get to record your “session” the data collected is not well presented! You can only access a short lousy resume of your session, “X” forehand shots with “YY”% on sweet spot, average speed and average rotation, and that’s all you are going to get, forget to analyze you data and you shots over time! This second generation sensor is much better than the previous one, smaller, smarter, have a better mount (i do use the insert mount), and you don’t have to calibrate before use it, they really improved the sensor itself, but the app is really the week point.
I really don’t recommend this sensor. I have tried other brands, and there is better options at least for me!

Bryant Smith ,

Disjointed and missing key features.

Review is for Zepp app as well as Head Tennis Sensor App. Biggest complaint is #8. In a way this review is unfair because it really isn’t that bad, but…

Apple watch has no setting for MPH.
Apple watch does not show heaviness.
Online account is useless because dashboard is broken (looks like JavaScript errors)
No response from feedback.
Individual stroke details are not recorded like they are for the Head Tennis Sensor app (Zepp made).
Head Tennis Sensor does not have an app for Apple Watch.
Apple Watch feature request: Have user set parameters where watch will give vibration feedback. So, say I want to have at least 1800 rpm. And 2000+ rpm being excellent. The user would set up the watch to do a very short vibration for 2000+ rpm, medium length vibration for 1800-2000 rpm, and a long (3 pulse) vibration when under 1800 rpm. Same should be doable for speed or heaviness.
Biggest feature fail/missing is that no matter how much they improve accuracy they cannot solve spurious readings from when I hit the ball back to the server or hit the ball back to players at the court next to me. Once that ~15mph lollipop FH is recorded then my averages are useless in my opinion. Give us the ability to either download the stroke details to CSV or give us an editor either online and/or the app to fix or delete strokes.

Where I get the most Zepp’s tennis sensor technology is to use Head Tennis Sensor app on my iPad and record very short practices where I can be confident that spurious readings weren’t recorded. So, if I am doing a short one hour practice, I might save 4 practice settings against the ball machine and 1 session of serves. From the app, I have heaviness (missing from the Zepp app), and I have individual stroke details. Best of all I can save the results and the averages mean something. If a spurious stroke or two is recorded, I merely stop the app from recording, delete it and start a new session. However, even that is less than ideal, would be nice for the Head Tennis Sensor app to have editing as well.

My guess is that the relationship between Zepp and Head have created two separate code bases where some code is shared. Also there is probably contractual stuff that prevents or hampers the features from being done well. So, if you don’t have a Head racquet, your choice is clear, use Zepp. If you have a Head racquet, use the Apple Watch and the Zepp app to record the match and give quick feedback is great but you have no heaviness recorded. If you want heaviness, where the iPhone with an armband. For practices against ball machine or the wall, use the iPhone or iPad.

Sometimes competition produces good products, but in this case I fear it hasn’t. I would love to know, and for Zepp to know especially, what other users think because really in many ways this is the best sensor out there. It is so close to being a really great app/tool for tennis lovers!

App Privacy

The developer, Huami Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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